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Matt Elliott looks at the Bulldogs attacking structure.

Former NRL coach Matt Elliott takes a closer look at the attacking structures of the Bulldogs and Broncos ahead of Thursday night's blockbuster between the two finals contenders.

Elliott looks at how a flat style of play in attack, plus a focus on second-phase play and the willingness to test out wide defenders, has helped the Bulldogs into a top-four spot.

For the Broncos, having players in motion after offloads and making the most of individual brilliance from their backline stars - particularly Darius Boyd - could see them become a finals darkhorse.

Watch the video below.



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